January 10, 2008 12:50 ET

Bigfoot Attacks Near Mount Saint Helens in Clint Romag's "The Ape Cave Horror"

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - January 10, 2008) - Three years have passed since Chad Gamin escaped the massacre in Canada. Thinking he was safe in Longview, Chad didn't realize that the danger was so near. Over the last year, hikers and campers have gone missing around the Mount Saint Helens area. Andrew Bridgeston, a Sasquatch enthusiast, is positive that one of these legendary creatures is involved with the disappearances. With his team of Sasquatch hunters, he is determined to capture one and volunteers the help of a reluctant Chad.

They discover a hidden cave system and what they find in the depths is an unimaginable horror. Attacked and hunted, their only chance to survive is to find a way back to the surface. Even then, it may already be too late.

"Bigfoot is back and more terrifying than ever," Clint Romag said. "With 'The Ape Cave Horror' you get to learn much more about the Sasquatch, their family structure, their living habits and how they've managed to remain hidden from mankind for so long. The story is fast paced and scary. Also included is the short story 'Meredith's Journey,' which takes place a few days after the events in 'The Unleashing.' A Bigfoot pulled Meredith through a window and her body was never found. Every one assumed she died, but readers of the story will find out what really happened to her."

"Jahrome Youngker returns with his best artwork yet," Romag said. "The cover is fantastic. Jerry also created a map and several illustrations that are placed throughout the book adding to the terror."

"Caves are dark for a reason... to hide what lurks inside and Clint's book proves why!" - Jahrome Youngker.

About the Artist

Jahrome Youngker worked in the comic book industry for several years and has done the artwork for "The Unleashing" and "Search For The Werewolf."

About the Author

Clint Romag grew up in Longview, WA, where stories of Bigfoot roaming the forests outside his small town influenced the direction of his writing. He graduated from Western Washington University, and currently lives in Los Angeles. Romag has written several novels including "The Unleashing" and "A Spreading Madness."

Note to Editors: The Author is available for interviews. Review copies of "The Ape Cave Horror" are available upon request. "The Ape Cave Horror" is available at, and at Barnes & Noble for $15.95.

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